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02-07-2020 05:06 AM
hanbot Very pleasantly vivid.
01-15-2020 12:33 PM
touseef266 This is really nice art work. I have also heard of Faber-Castell Black Paper , for eg in this blog:https://allpaperworld.com/5-best-pap...lored-pencils/. I would love to try other papers also. I am sure diff paper has diff effects.
11-12-2015 09:04 PM
Liz Wow that's very nice! I was thinking of trying color pencils, what sort of paper is used them?
11-12-2015 08:13 PM
JordanPav I Thought it was chalk

Cool I like it
10-21-2014 02:05 PM
Sean
Colored Pencil on Black Canson Paper

This was my first attempt at trying colored pencil with black paper. I did do it once before but it was all done with a white pencil. This time around it was a tad different.

I found Prizmacolor pencils worked best. They didn't 'scratch-up' the preceding layers of colors like my Caran D'Ache's and Derwent pencils did. It was fun and enjoyable playing with something new yet, I'm not too happy with the results. I used Krylon workable fixatif as I usually do to finalizing the color blending and give it a little gloss. But with the pencils I used and the black paper, I had a problem with the black bleeding or showing through which bummed me out as it was the finale step.

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